Grateful Dead Live at Boston Music Hall on 1973-12-02
unknown audience tape via David Minor encoded by Matt Vernon and Marc Pujol
Subject: good sound
the room reverbs and ambience is the thing that is almost never really caught on tape, and much of what made the sound so good at the venue, whichever venue, even if it was a shitty sounding place
sound that actually exists is a lot more interesting and noisy than sound that didn't so the extra life more than counteracts some noise
of course, you can't expect anyone who isn't already in love to want to kiss the sloppy drunk puking girl, which i guess is how any noise at all reads today, but i guess conversely that's what's missing in music, a bit of grit in your ear, the messy stuff
rock on legalize it - fun
Subject: high boys
The Playin'>MLB is exploratory.
Here Comes Sunshine from 11/30 is gorgeous. Harmonies are a little better than normal, haha.
Subject: Trippy, Unique Second Set
Subject: MLB Jams
Subject: i was there my 3rd of 103 shows
Subject: words fail
this is awesome
Subject: If you don't already have DP14
Subject: Mind Left Body
Subject: Thank you Boys
Subject: Fall 1973 dead!!!!
...and can someone please explain what is going on when i think phil asks for a spotlight on someone in row four on banter??
Subject: lots of energy (even if the sound is a little thin)
Let It Grow is phenomenal. And farewell to you oh Southern skies, I'm on my way . . . . A good clean burn all the way around that really brings you into it. And this may be some of Jerry's alltime guitar work. Winding up with a statuesque Morning Dew.
Subject: Very nice, thank you
FEELS like an AUD tape. Modern ones tend to lack that, but ...(sigh)... Glad it's still here.
Subject: ye gods
Subject: Truly inspired
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